9 Fall Foods to Fight Your Fall Allergies

Ragweed season is here again, and your farmers’ market is full of natural allergy remedies.

By Emily Main and Leah Zerbe

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celery is high in Vitamin C

Celery

Celery is full of vitamin C and anti-inflammatory compounds, making it a great tool in fighting not just allergies, but also high blood pressure and chronic pain. It’s one vegetable that you can eat raw or cooked without losing access to its nutrients. And don’t ignore the leaves; chop those up for use in soups and stews to get their vitamin C content, as well.

 

 
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